Westville Girls Learner Crowned Miss SA Teen
The climbing beauty of PINETOWN, Danielle Visser was recently crowned Miss South Africa Teen 2021 at the Miss South Africa Junior International.
The Westville Girls’ High School student also won the Overall Top Snap Scan, 1st Princess of Charity, All Best Grown Teens, Provincial KZN Winner, and Overall Public Choice Winner.
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“I am overwhelmed, excited and honored to have won,” said the humble Matrix Learner
Next year, Visser will represent South Africa at Miss Universe in the United States.
Even though she’s won many other competition titles, Visser said what she loves most about modeling is meeting people because it gives her the opportunity to learn and grow from those who are. surround it.
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The 17-year-old, who started modeling in 2013, is passionate about charity work and animals and would like to become a veterinarian after completing her studies.
“I hope my new title will come with a lot of charity work so that I can give back and make a difference where I can,” she said.
Visser advised young people to always be true to themselves and never give up on their dreams. Describing her journey, the young beauty queen said it had been stressful but she also had a lot of fun.
“It was all worth it and I would encourage young models to enter such contests because they open a lot of doors and opportunities,” she smiled.
In addition to modeling, Danielle is a climber and has done well in the sport having claimed the KZN colors for three consecutive years.
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Among her accomplishments, she was chosen to join the SA team in 2018 and competed in Russia. In December 2021, she participated in the Africa Cup and also qualified for the Olympics.
When asked how she plans to juggle the exams and her new title, the confident and dedicated Visser said she is up to the challenge and will work hard to make sure she hits her mark. Goals.
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